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EFF demands Mantashe to step down

Economic Freedom Fighters have called upon the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy Gwede Mantashe to relieve himself from his duties after trying to bribe journalist from writing about his sex scandals. “As the EFF we believe these allegations maybe true and call on Mantashe to step down as Minister and Member of Parliament for engaging in unethical and corrupt ...

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Masarira criticises Obert Gutu for harassing women

Former spokesperson of Thokozani Khupe, Linda Masarira has criticised MDC-T Vice President Obert Gutu for derogatory statements towards women on twitter. Gutu yesterday told an entrepreneur and prominent political commentator Mirriam Mutizwa on twitter that she is ugly. Posting on her twitter handle Masarira said most of Zimbabwean male leaders want to compete and attack women’s facial looks. “I do ...

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MDC-A member cries over sanctions

A man who claims to be the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) party supporter cries as Chamisa refused to join the President Mnangagwa’s anti-sanction march. In an interview with ZimOnline Media yesterday at the National Sports Stadium the MDC supporter said Chamisa should have attended the march as he pointed out that Chamisa is behind the sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe. ...

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#Excelgate documentary pulled due to ‘significant error’

Former Sunday Mail Editor Edmund Kudzayi claimed that he has made a significant error in the V11 sequence in his documentary, # Excelgate, published yesterday at 1500 hours on YouTube. As a result has pulled the documentary down. Kudzayi today on his twitter handle said, The investigative journalist had released a documentary in which brought light in the dark on ...

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MDC says it will not join the anti-sanctions march

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party said it will not partake in the anti-sanctions march to be held this month. In a tweet the party’s spokesperson Fortune Daniel Molokele said the crisis in Zimbabwe is a result of failure political leadership not sanctions. “For the avoidance of doubt, the MDC will NOT be participating in the so called March Against ...

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Trouble in S A main opposition as leader, mayor and chair resign

South Africa’s three main top opposition leaders stepped down from their respective positions in the Democratic Alliance (DA) party in a week time. The leaders who stepped down are the party’s first black president Mmusi Maimane, Johannesburge mayor who belongs to DA Herman Mashaba and the party’s Chairperson Athol Trollip. The two black leaders Maimane and Mashaba who resigned on ...

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Zambia to celebrate two days of Independence

Zambian President Dr Edgar Chagwa Lungu has declared October 25th, the day after they celebrate Independence Day a public Holiday. Zambia will be celebrating 55 years of Independence on the 24th of October. Posting on his social media Lungu said the purpose of a public holiday is to give citizens time to reflect on their duties and obligations. “As we ...

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Anti-sanction march: Government asks farmers to donate fuel

Government through the Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing has asked Chipinge farmers to donate fuel for the anti-sanction march to be held on Friday the 25th this month. In a statement, Chipinge District Administrator said as the District Fundraising Sub-Committee they have been assigned to raise money for vehicles to transport Chipinge residents to Harare. “The ...

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USA Ambassador to Zimbabwe speaks on sanctions

United states of America (USA) Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Brian Nicholas said President Emmerson Mnangagwa must implement political reforms that could persuade America to remove sanctions than having sanction rally. Speaking in an interview with Alpha Media Holdings chairman Trevor Ncube Ambassador also pointed out the critical reforms the country needs to implement which includes economic refoms, media, security sector and ...

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ZRP condemns acts of assaults on police: Zimbabweans react

Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has strongly condemned acts of assaults on police officers. It is reported that a woman police officer was attacked last week in Harare city between Kwame Nkuruma and Agwa streets. Posting on twitter ZRP said no one has the right to attack any police officer regardless of status, colour or religion. “The ZRP is disturbed by ...

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